If you get your news from either Fox News' top-rated prime-time lineup of conservative hosts or the network's influential Fox & Friends morning show, you remain blissfully unaware of the series of scandals that have consumed Jared Kushner, a top White House aide and President Donald Trump's son-in-law, over the past two days.
According to the publication's sources, Kushner Companies met last April with Qatari Finance Minister Ali Sharif Al Emadi to try to secure an investment for its troubled property at 666 Fifth Avenue in New York City.
Bloomberg Politics also reported that Kushner, whose portfolio in the White House contained sensitive foreign policy issues, including Middle East peace negotiations, had been receiving the President's Daily Brief (PDB)-a compilation of the intelligence community's most important reporting and analyses.
Both Citigroup and Apollo have denied the meetings were linked to the loans they provided to Kushner Companies.
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The deals add fuel to claims that Kushner's business is in too close proximity to his role at the White House.
"What I'm anxious about right now at the White House is the revolving door - it's spinning like a top", Pelosi said.
"Congress needs to start taking conflicts of interest and nepotism concerns much more seriously", Finkelstein told guest host Ray Suarez, "and start legislating to control abuses in these areas". She says the USA has long known that but that Russian Federation had previously denied it. She says the US military is prepared to defend the nation. But Kushner in one week, four awful stories about how corrupt and disgusting this kid is, and he's still serving in the White House. The Dumbo Heights loan, the spokesperson said, was negotiated with one of Kushner Companies' business partners. Charles Phalen, the director of the National Background Investigations Bureau, previously testified that he had "never seen" the "level of mistakes" in an application like Kushner's.
"Our company is a multibillion enterprise that is extremely financially strong.", she said.
Taylor further added: "All these stories are politically motivated and not based on any conceivable wrongdoing by our company".